NJCCIC staff are available to provide a cybersecurity presentation based on your agency or organization needs at no cost. Required audience size is a minimum of 25. Scheduling is based on availability. Please submit presentation requests at least 30 days prior to your scheduled event.
This one-hour presentation will provide an overview of the different types of profit-motivated cybercrimes targeting US businesses, governments, and consumers. Staff will provide an overview of the tactics and trends in cybercrime, including, but not limited to, ransomware, business email compromise, data theft, skimming devices, point-of-sale malware, malicious advertising, and other extortion tactics. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.
This one-hour presentation will provide an overview of historical incidents involving cyberattacks or cyber-espionage conducted by or on-behalf of foreign nations, including Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea. Staff will outline the current assessment of threats posed by nation-state adversaries and the different motivations and tactics employed by these actors. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.
This one-hour to 90 minute presentation will provide you with a basic understanding of the Dark Web and TOR network. Staff will outline the origins of the Dark Web, types of illicit information/goods/services that are available for purchase, who uses it and why. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation. This presentation does not cover child exploitation.
This one-hour presentation will provide the audience with an understanding of ransomware, a type of malicious software that attempts to extort money from victims by restricting access to computer systems, mobile devices, and files. Staff will outline how ransomware works, why it’s so prevalent, and how individuals and organizations can best protect themselves from a ransomware infection. Videos demonstrating the following will be shown: the ransomware infection process, the impact of a ransomware attack on a small business, a hacker’s advertisement promoting the sale of a ransomware kit, and a brute-force attack on an RDP port. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.
A presentation can be tailored to meet the needs of an organization. This may include sector-specific information on vulnerabilities and cyber threats. Highly-tailored cyber briefings will be provided as resources allow. An overview of best practices is incorporated for mitigating and managing risk. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.